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Humanities and Health Justice Pathways

Forming First-Generation Professionals

Are you passionate about creating a future that promises health and justice for all? 

Be one of the first students to take part in a new pathway program for incoming first year students in which you will:

  • explore social and cultural perspectives on health
  • get to know faculty and health professionals
  • connect with peers at Creighton and Arizona State
  • build skills for college and career success
  • learn how to promote justice and equity in healthcare

Who Can Apply?

  1. Incoming first-year students who represent the first generation in their family to attend college
  2. Students admitted to Creighton University or Arizona State University
  3. Students from any major program of study (including undecided)
  4. Students interested in health* careers 

*Health broadly defined; your interests may be in healthcare, health policy, health administration, health & society, bioethics, medical anthropology, music therapy, neuroscience, public health, or many more. See Pipeline AZ for a wealth of career ideas.

This program will run on the Creighton and Arizona State University campuses starting in August 2023. There is no cost to apply or attend. 

For more information and to be notified when applications open, contact:

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This program represents a collaboration between Creighton University and Arizona State University.
Made possible in part by a major grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities: Democracy demands wisdom.

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